SpaceRangerNJ 56M
2357 posts
5/22/2006 7:29 am

Last Read:
5/25/2006 6:56 am


Terms Of Endearment.

Sweetie, sugar lips, snookums...
Do ya love 'em? Do they make you sick if you see a couple just overused them?
Do you use them regularly or only with very special people?
What's the weirdest you have used or have been called?

firestarter665 43M/40F

5/22/2006 9:09 am

I use some terms in writing like sweetie, but usually around our house we just call each other honey.

SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 5:21 pm:
Honey is sweet. Used to be sweetie around here. I don't think we've used anything in a while other than our names.

rm_AnOddGirl 58F
3469 posts
5/22/2006 9:39 am

Well in the South we use darlin', hun, baby, when talking to anyone from the cashier to the waitress to the cop.
As far as calling me snookums, I'd rather be called bitch!


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 5:19 pm:
"Bitch", that's an odd[/] term of endearment. I'm not all about the snookums type terms either.

(Princess Lips)

5/22/2006 9:39 am

*quietly laughs and sneeks out*


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 11:00 am:
Hmmmm. What are you up to O sneeky one?


5/22/2006 12:54 pm

baby.. Lived in Arkansas for awhile.. so every one is hun, sweetie..sugar.. but only one baby

under the stars
We choose to write
you choose what you comprehend.
read twice and be nice
every key stroke... has a heart beat

SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 5:17 pm:
There should be one and only one baby. It needs to mean something special between the two people.

sexyeyes375 48F

5/22/2006 4:08 pm

aren't those dog names?


sexyeyes375 48F

5/22/2006 4:15 pm

I am such a brat. That was rude. I apologize.

If people prefer to call their significant other by a cutesy name in a high pitched tone.. that is perfectly acceptable in today's society and I support their right to do so.

SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 5:16 pm:
Cutsie names in high pitched voices certainly does remind me of how we talk to our pets. That's the kind of over doing it that I don't care for. Simple things like sweetie in a normal voice is nice though if not overused. It has to mean something special. Not something used for anyone and everyone.

MaggiesWishes 61F

5/22/2006 4:28 pm

Ok, guilty as Southern Grits here
I'll call ya those honey drippin, mouth watering, ear pleasing names ... and then some, on a good day
I did however, when living in the north, mind my manners about that ... as most of them don't have a clue how to flirt properly or be mannerly ... only stone cold faces and proper seating places. *geeesh*
Now, I will say ... there were those, men and women, who let me get away with being Southern, but most wanted to convert me!!!

There's nothing wrong with "pet names" of endearment.
I used to have a "Northern Gent", who called me his "Southern Belle"
And that was our pet names during our relationship ... it was cute, workable.

Don't ya just love the English language, prime A cut, sliced, slanged and served up any way you want it ... yea, me too

warm huggies 2ya, sugg's

SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/22/2006 5:24 pm:
We just get all mixed up not being used to it and all.
Give us time, we learn fast. Willing to take flirting lessons anytime.
Stay as you are. No conversion necessary.

Whispersoftly5 53F
15176 posts
5/24/2006 3:38 pm

I probably use them too much, but I love terms of endearment like that. I'm big on sweetie - sweetheart - and make me cum again; harder you primative beast!!! LMAO!!!


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 5/25/2006 6:57 am:
TOEs are nice, it shows a level of caring. Says you at least have some connection. I hope you leave special ones for your man.

Become a member to create a blog